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one who works strenuously

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The pathos and tragedy of their experiences--aged and honest toilers subjected to pitiless task-masters or to the yoke of social injustice; lonely women uncomplainingly sacrificing their lives for unworthy men; sad-faced children, the victims of circumstances, of cold-blooded parents, or of the worst criminals--these things play a large part in almost all of Dickens' books.
He heard the songs peculiar to busy toilers, a murmur of many workshops, the rasping of files, and the sound of falling hammers.
Down on the water front they found a fish cannery and an asparagus cannery in the height of the busy season, where they looked in vain among the toilers for familiar American faces.
Think of them, the toilers, the oppressed, God's children, groaning under the iniquitous laws of generations of evil statesmanship.
Many folks believe that the toiler, referred to as the "Little River Duck Dog" in its native Nova Scotia, would stand on the shore and wave his tail in the air like a blind-bound hunter flagging geese, which is simply not true.
King says, "We I low have the room to spread our Nvings and hnild a highly efficient cold toiler with superior features and the capability to run nearly continuously, from roll-to-roll, without stressing the operators or the foil.
LOVE SONNET IN OLDEN STYLE My bride of youth can never be defaced By lines that crease the furrowed battered brow, Nor can her cheeky laughter be disgraced By time that bends the toiler to the plow.
He's the sort of bloke players around him like, because he's such an honest toiler.
It's the same for prop Kade Snowden, who was an Origin player at the Sharks last year but is now just another toiler.
Just as Tolstoy's personal affluence did not stop him ruminating on peasant life, Springsteen's status as a millionaire rock star has not prevented him taking up the cause of the blue-collar toiler.
There are 10 tracks and a 10-minute track at the end, something we liked to do with The Stranglers with songs like Down In The Sewer and Toiler On The Sea.
McDermott also believes Siddle is well on the way to becoming much more than the wholehearted toiler whose straight-up spells to England batsmen Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott last summer prompted him, with the encouragement of the new pace mentor, to seek a fuller length and a touch of outswing.
But Sharapova, who surely would have captured more Grand Slams had she not been around in an era dominated by the Williams sisters, is infinitely more accurate than toiler Bartoli and her precision game is expected to prove too much for Lisicki to handle on such an important occasion.
Cornwell is hoping finished copies of the book will be ready in time for his upcoming UK tour, which will take the form of two sets - the first, his solo album Guilty in its entirety; the second, a collection of Stranglers classics including The Raven, Toiler On The Sea and School Mam.
The first will be his solo album Guilty in its entirety, the second, a collection of Stranglers' classics including The Raven, Toiler On The Sea and School Mam.